"I am seeing a real return of pomades,” says Mark Townsend, the globetrotting hairstylist to such A-listers as Ashley, Mary Kate and Elizabeth Olsen, Dakota Johnson, Rachel McAdams and Gal Gadot, whom he’s currently styling for Wonder Woman press stops. “The ‘90s are back in a major way when it comes to hair products,” he says, adding that mousse is back in the mix again too.
In L.A., there are countless fitness studios and gyms calling from every street corner with signs, deals and slogans. Then there are those that are a bit more discreet. Celebrity Pilates instructor Nonna Gleyzer is deep in the latter category.
When Adele performed eight nights at L.A.’s Staples Center last summer, she wasn’t running on stamina alone. She was getting an energy boost from IV vitamin infusions administered by Drip Doctors, the year-and-a-half-old Downtown go-to for stars including Chris Brown, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. The $220 drip is called Limitless, the “celebrity favorite,” says founder Dr. Jamila Sozahdah, full of antioxidants that are good for singers, especially, preventing bacteria and polyps from building up or developing on the vocal cords.
Take a pill for what ails you, or clutch a crystal? A-listers are deploying gems for everything from increasing positive home energy (Kate Hudson, Victoria Beckham) to decreasing performance anxiety (Adele grips one during concerts).
Marc Jacobs never fails to delight with his campaign choices, whether it’s Winona Ryder, Cher or Miley Cyrus. His fall 2016 ad lineup is no exception. That’s because none other than Missy Elliott is making her MJ debut.
Wherever Beyonce goes, she’s the undisputed star, even in a room full of A-listers. Monday night’s CFDA Awards, held at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom with Swarovski, were no exception. The performer was honored with the Fashion Icon Award, and her appearance, in a chic silver-and-black Givenchy pinstripe suit and major "Formation"-style hat alongside Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy Carter, was a total surprise.
Rihanna has done it again. As if her recent website-crashing collaborations with Manolo Blahnik, Puma and Stance Socks didn’t provide fans with enough items for their wish lists, the superstar has created another totally covetable accessory: Dior sunglasses. Making this collab even more special is the fact the singer is the first of Dior’s ambassadors (which include Charlize Theron and Natalie Portman) to ever embark on a design project.